The Bucharest Court has accepted on Wednesday the registration of the M10 party that was launched by MEP Monica Macovei after the presidential elections.
The Bucharest Court has decided, as trial court, to confer juridical personality to the M10 Party and to register it within the political parties’ registry, a communiqué released by the party and quoted by Mediafax shows.
M10 plans to be “an alternative to the corrupt multi-partisan system,” defining itself as an “anti-system party.”
Likewise, according to the quoted source, the party will be “reformist,” promoting the reforming of the political, administrative and educational systems, rejecting “populism and double discourse.”
The M10 Party filed its registration request at the Bucharest Court on June 3. Prior to its registration the party was led by the National Initiative Committee presided by MEP Monica Macovei.
The founding documents of the M10 Party, documents filed at the Bucharest Court, were signed by MEP Monica Macovei, Adrian Papahagi, Adrian Stanciu, Serban Marinescu and Dacian Tolea. The registration request was accompanied by more than 200 signatures from national and Diaspora representatives that have thus become founding members of the M10 Party.
The initiative to form a party centred on MEP Monica Macovei, independent candidate in the November 2014 presidential elections, was officially announced on March 1 this year. The announcement was followed by a signature collection campaign that has formed the first cores of the party’s local branches.